endosymbiotic /en'doh sim'bee ot"ik, -buy-/, adj.
/en'doh sim'bee oh"sis, -buy-/, n. Biol.
symbiosis in which one symbiont lives within the body of the other.
[1935-40; ENDO- + SYMBIOSIS]

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